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Those who do not believe in God consider death as the end of human beings, and life is just limited to one or two days. But those who believe in God say that human beings are immortal and that death is just a ladder which will take us through the world purgatory to Resurrection and the everlasting abode in the hereafter...

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How is it possible that a God who had no need to create us, and whose aim in creating us was only to train us and make our existence productive, could be satisfied merely with this present world? How could He cut the root of man's existence before he became aware and reached fruition and annihilate him?...

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In the Qur'an, there are some verses which ndicate that some people will abide eternally in the punishment of hell, but who are they and what are their characteristics?

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According to some verses of the Qur'an, there are some certain sins which if committed, will result in 'nullification of action' and on the other hand, certain good acts are deemed means whereby 'covering over, by God, of bad action is effected...

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Belief in the principle of intercession in the Hereafter, within the framework of divine authorization, is an axiom of the Islamic faith; and nobody has the right to cast doubt upon it. Now, it must be asked: can one also seek, even in this world, the intercession of intercessors such as the Prophet? In other words: is it correct for a person to say: 'O Prophet of God, intercede for me with God!' ...

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Belief in the intercession of intercessors on the Day of Resurrection with God's permission is axiomatic in Islam. Intercession pertains to those individuals whose connection with God and religion has not been totally ruptured, and who are capable, despite being defiled by certain sins, of being embraced by the Mercy of God through the blessed prayers of intercessors.

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After the revival of the dead and their entrance into the domain of the Resurrection-but before they proceed to Heaven or Hell; various events come to pass, events which the Qur'an and Hadith describe...

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In the discourse of the scholars, based on the Qur'an, there is an issue known as 'portents of the Hour' (ashrat al-sa'a) which refers to the signs preceding the Resurrection. These signs are divided into two types: (a) Events which occur before the Resurrection and the collapse of the created order; (b) Events which are the cause of the collapse of the created order...

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Certain groups within different religions, and others outside the pale of all religions, deny the notion of Resurrection such as it is found in heavenly-inspired religions, but have accepted the principle of reward and punishment of actions, doing so in connection with the idea of reincarnation (tanasukh)...

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Death is not the termination of life, but a transferal from one domain to another, a domain which is permanent and everlasting, one in which the Resurrection takes place. Between this world and the Hereafter there is an intermediary world, the Barzakh [literally, 'barrier'], in which man resides for a for a certain period after death.

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The Prophet Muhammad (S)
Imam Ali (as)
Lady Faṭima al-Zahra (a)
Imam al-Hasan (as)
Imam al-Hussain (as)
Imam al-Sajjad (as)
Imam Muhammad al-Baqir (as)
Imam Ja‘far al-Ṣadiq (as)
Imam al-Kazim (as)
Imam al-Reḍa (as)
Imam al-Jawad (as)
Imam al-Hadi (as)
Imam Hasan al-‘Askari (as)
Imam al-Mahdi (as)


Daily Hadith
الإخْوانُ في اللّهِ تعالى تَدُومُ مَودّتُهُم، لِدَوامِ سَبَبِها.
Brothers [whose brotherhood is] for the sake of Allah, enjoy an enduring Amity, due to the firmness of its foundation